Marissa Calligeros

Marissa Calligeros

Reporter for The Age

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Marissa Calligeros is a reporter for The Age

Crunch time for Arnott's after customers snap over 'new and improved' Shapes flavours

Arnott's has come under fire for meddling with its iconic Shapes biscuits.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Thu Apr 14 16:01:40 EST 2016

Gourmet Organic Herbs ground coriander recalled over salmonella contamination

Gourmet Organic Herbs ground coriander.

Thousands of packets of ground coriander contaminated with salmonella have been recalled from Melbourne supermarket shelves.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Thu Dec 10 14:21:41 EST 2015

Where is the cheapest and most expensive coffee in Melbourne?

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 21:  Reverends Fine Coffee, on Brunswick Street, in Fortitude Valley on Saturday March 21, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia.  (Photo by Michelle Smith/Fairfax Media)

Is $4 too much for a coffee? It depends on where you buy it.

Drink,Victoria | Marissa Calligeros | Fri Dec 04 10:23:19 EST 2015

Polly Waffle set to return to shelves thanks to Melbourne company Chocolate Works

The old Polly Waffle

It was ditched from Australian shelves six years ago, but the power of nostalgia and a social media campaign has seen the return of the Polly Waffle.

Top 10 Eat Out | Marissa Calligeros | Wed Oct 21 11:55:14 EST 2015

Food on your mind? Try this Melbourne milliner's menu on for size

Phil Ferguson's pizza hat.

By day, he serves burgers. By night, he knits them.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros and Jane Holroyd | Thu Jun 04 10:42:01 EST 2015

Paleo advocate Pete Evans dumped as Sumo Salad ambassador

Chef Pete Evans

Paleo diet advocate Pete Evans has been dropped as the ambassador for food chain Sumo Salad.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Fri Apr 03 09:50:54 EST 2015

Frozen berries evidence crucial for hepatitis A compensation claims

Nanna's berries.

Consumers should ignore instructions to throw out packets of frozen berries that have been linked to a hepatitis A outbreak if they ever want to seek compensation, lawyers say.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Mon Feb 16 18:58:42 EST 2015

South Bank traders 'pushed out' of riverside precinct

Grey Street, South Bank.

Long-serving South Bank restaurateurs, cafe owners and traders claim they are being "pushed out" of the riverside precinct.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Wed Jul 23 00:01:00 EST 2014

Celebrity chef's bid to honour memory of his family lost in a fire

The smiles and laughter of three young sisters and their mother have been remembered one year on from the Boxing Day blaze that claimed their lives.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Thu Dec 27 10:40:50 EST 2012